Luther Register. (Luther, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, March 15, 1907 Page: 1 of 8
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More About Gas
Work of constructing the pipe
line from the Sapulpa gas field
to Oklahoma City has commenced
Twenty-one cara of pipe have
been received in Luther and as
many more are on the road, A
part of the 21 cara have been un-
loaded and the balance are be-
ing unloaded as rapidly as pos-
• The Oklahoma" Natural Gas
Co. is back of the enterprise.
The superintendent of the un-
loading crew tells us that the line
will traverse Luther along the
section line one mile north of the
We are informed that the com-
pany aims only to serve as a dis-
tributing agency, subsidiary
companies to take the gas off
their hands at distributing points.
The fact that the line passes
so close to Luther means that we
will have gas for fuel and light-
ing purposes as soon as the line
is completed. The superinten-
dent seemed very reticent when
interviewed, but he has told par-
ties here that the line would un-
doubtedly be tapped and a pipe
laid into town. This will prove a
great impetus to the progress of
Luther, not only as regards
LUTHER, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MAR. 15, 1907.
cheaper light and fuel for resi-
dences and stores, but also in the
It has been recommended that
a oommittee of business men be
appointed to look into the matter
and find out definitely the atti-
tude of the company in regard Jo
piping gas to this plaoe.
Monday Police Court
Owing to the illness of Justice
Robert Kinsey, Mayor Norman
held the justioe's chair Monday.
Geo. Williams, colored, plead
guilty to carrying concealed
weapons and paid $5 fine.
Colored barber from Texas by
the name of Young was arraigned
on charge of drunkenness and
attendant bad conduct. He was
fined $3 and costs but fine was
remitted pending good behavior.
Luther now has two exolusive
millinery stores, that of Mrs.
Thos Babb on 1st street and that
of Mrs. E. S. Blackwell on 2nd.
Both of these ladies understand
the millinery business thorough-
ly and their advent in the field
a boon to Luther
Mrs. Edna Ward, of Denver,
arrived last Friday and will spend
the summer with her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Norman.
Death of Mrs. Lent
It was with heavy hearts that
the many friends and relatives of
Mrs. William Lent laid her earth-
ly form to rest Tuesday in Sun-
nyside cemetery. v
Mrs. Lent was a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vorel and
has lived near Luther sinoe she
was a little girl. Her friends
were beyond count and her early
death is sadly regretted by all.
Mrs. Lent had been sick for
several weeks, it is thought from
a complicationof fevers,gradually
growing worse until the end came
at 6 aclock Monday morning.
Deceased was 25 years of age.
A husband and two children, one
a baby, and a little girl of three,
live to mourn the loss of a loving
wife and mother.
Funeral services were held from
the house Tuesday morning at
10:30, by Rev. Downs, interment
being at Sunnyside cemetery.
friends and neighbors for their
help and kindness during the re
cent illness and death of our wife
and mother^ Words cannot ex-
press the gratitude we feel.
Wm. Lent and Children.
W. E. Lovell was in Oklahoma
City Tuesday. While there he
purchased a team of ponies.
Bert White, who is now in the
metropolis, drove them over Wed-
nesday. Bert was in town sev-
eral hours. He is progressing
Florida and California are not
in it with Oklahoma. Rev. and
Mrs. Downs planted early gar-
den several weeks ago and have
been feasting on home-grown
garden stuff for the past two
weeks. Hyacinths are also in
bloom on their lawn.
C. W. Huntington is building
a large addition to and remodel-
ing his residence. The old part
Many friends extend sympathy I"'* reaiae"oe- Ine oia P*rt
and comfort to the bereaved. W Urnuedu around and the
T ,, . , - , , i new part, whioh is to be 18x26,
Mr. Lent s sister and her hus- two storie8i builfc Qn tQ u w
band, Mr. and Mrs. Wise of Has-1 t :„„i„ it. c. . iu j
kell 1. T., arrived Tuesday morn-! LlVty &nd f' S* Arthur are do*
ing. Mrs. Mary E. Lent, of in^ work.
Missouri, mother of Mr. Lent,
was detained and did not arrive
We wish to thank our many
There is a great demand for
horses in Luther. Most any kind
of a scrub is worth $100. $200
is asked for good horses.
Union Valley Items
H. L. Wagaman lost some hay
Friday by fire.
J. M. Wagoner made a trip to
the river Friday.
Miss Belle Warren and Mrs.
Smith were callers at J. M. Wag-
H. L. Wagaman made a trip to
Mrs. Lula Wagoner is recov-
Messrs. Smithson and Waga-
man are breaking sod for Miss
Say, did you notice that some-
body else had something to say
about the weather? The ground
hog is not out for two weeks yet:
Mrs. John Allen and Mrs.
David Johnston and children of
Meridian visited with relativee
in Luther Sunday. They re-
turned to Meridian Sunday eve.
One of our rural carriers is
planning to inaugurate a rural
mail automobile service on hid
route, and we trust it will not be
long until his plana materialize.
Grandma Chester is failing
fast. A daughter, Mrs. Stillwell
and husband arrived from Kan-
sas yesterday. Mrs. Conner,
another daughter, is also at her
$ ^ w&s m Q&ms
OUR BIG CASH SALE IS ALWAYS ON
Owing to our method of business we can give you more goods and of a higher quality
than any any of our competitors. We can prove this to you and shall be glad to do so at any
and all times.
We know the important thing in Dry
Goods is quality and we have kept that one
point in view constantly while
making our purchases and as a
consequence our Dry Goods de-
partment is filled with the best
class of goods to be obtained.
Goods that can be Relied Upon
as to texture, fabric and coloring
These we have placed on sale at
~ ^ prices far below those of our
competitors on inferior articles.
fe to Sloes for all seasons of the year
The proper things in styl-
ish footwear are now on
sale at our store. A handsomer
or more complete line would be
hard to find, in fact its not in
We have shoes of all kinds at prices that
Our line is complete and our prices are right. Below we give a few of our many Bargains
and would be pleased to have you look over them. DON'T. MISS ONE OF THESE BARGAINS
19 lbs. Sugar
4 cans of Highest quality p c
corn, others sell at 12 l-2c
Best "Navy beans, per lb. .04
6 lbs. Rice - .25
4_bafts good ptea - .25
25 oi. l£ C. baking powder .20
oz. Health Club
Potatoes, all hinds, qa
Tr"" f>eKtro he!, . OU
C£ 1 Star and Horee Shoe
' Tobacco per poond,
Two package* of any o C
Toma.to«a,.whii they last, can. 10
7 bars- of White Russian, Lenox,
FMtfe- White or White q c
35* bars Robih's Soap - .25
.Kraut,-per o*n> .08
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J. M. MORGAN.
The One-Price Cash Merchant
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Sarjent, E. Luther Register. (Luther, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, March 15, 1907, newspaper, March 15, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc140462/m1/1/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.